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anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

Newbie
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-12-2008

anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

I'm having some issues getting mine working.
Firstly I was getting apache 500 errors - figured something not working in the url re-writes so I removed all htaccess files
Now i get a script timeout error
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /share/storage/03/on/ontherange/cake/libs/view/view.php on line 641
I notice the php version here is 4.3.10, and cakephp specifies 4.3.2 or higher, so I've a feeling this is gonna perhaps be a non starter.
Anyone had/having similar experience?
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Grafter
Posts: 21,036
Thanks: 2
Registered: ‎04-04-2007

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

I'm afraid I don't really know anything about PHP, but isn't 4.3.10 more recent than 4.3.2?
Grafter
Posts: 2,839
Registered: ‎13-06-2007

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

Yes it is. If I get chance I'll see if I can try this out on my CGI space.
Newbie
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-12-2008

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

thanks guys, but i'm afraid php versions are no exception to the general rules of numbering, so  4.3.1 < 4.3.2
anyway, for the record i did some digging around and have discovered the new trial hosting which at first glance looks great.
php 5 - which is newer than 4 Wink and a proper plesk control panel.
Newbie
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-12-2008

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

less than an hour later and the site is up and running!
conclusion, to run a cakephp app drop support a line and get yourself onto the new trial webspace.
Smiley
Grafter
Posts: 2,839
Registered: ‎13-06-2007

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

Quote from: ontherange
thanks guys, but i'm afraid php versions are no exception to the general rules of numbering, so  4.3.1 < 4.3.2

True, but 10 > 2, so 4.3.10 is greater than 4.3.2. The .10 isn't a decimal point, it's the revision number. I've not had time to try this yet unfortunately, maybe I will in the new year.
Newbie
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-12-2008

Re: anyone out there successfully running cakephp in plusnet webspace?

oh yeah, i concur  Lips_are_sealed
must've been something else in the configuration of the cgi space which tripped cake over.